Archive - Feb 27, 2013
Down teammates Jordan Turner and Daniel Tomberlin, senior Brice Falgout stepped up when his team needed him.
Falgout scored 18 points, helping the Fred T. Foard boys basketball team (24-4) advance to the third round of the 3A playoffs with a 58-56 win against Hickory.
Below is a look Wednesday's second round prep basketball playoff scores across Catawba County and Friday's third round schedule:
3A boys (Section 4)
No. 3 Fred T. Foard 58, No. 6 Hickory 56
2A girls (Section 4)
No. 2 Bandys 70, No. 7 Madison 43
3A girls (Section 3)
No. 1 Hickory 64, No. 9 R-S Central 60
Lisa Ann DiCecco, 90, of Hickory died Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2013 at Frye Regional Medical Center. No services are planned at this time.
Macedonio Francisco Viruel Lopez, 36, of Lincolnton died Feb. 23, 2013 in Lincolnton. Burial will be in Mexico at a later date.
The Sherrills Ford-Terrell Rotary Club has started a program to honor a “Student of the Month.”
Their first recipient of this award was given to Jared Torrence.
Torrence is currently a senior at Bandys High School. He was nominated for this award by school faculty.
Two Lenoir-Rhyne University students were arrested on campus for drug related charges Monday, Feb.25.
D e v o n Sutherland, 21, of 743 6th St NE, Hi c k o r y, was arrested across the street from the Fritz-Conrad dormitories at about 11 p.m.
Austin Klutz will never forget the life-changing moment that happened to him and his family this past October.
However, the Newton-Conover sophomore wrestler is hoping to make brighter memories this Saturday.
With the NBA's worst team in town, the Los Angeles Clippers were conscious not to play down to the Bobcats' level.
Blake Griffin scored 24 points, keying a decisive second-quarter burst that put the Clippers in command en route to a 106-84 victory Tuesday night that improved their home record to 23-6.